MMEL 1232 - Instrumentation and Control Fundamentals
Instrumentation and Control Fundamentals introduces the student to: (a) the concepts and devices associated with the sensing, measuring, and control of the basic process parameters of flow, pressure, level, and temperature; (b) the use of test instruments and devices to calibrate process instrumentation; and (c) the actual construction of basic instrument control loops on process simulators in a laboratory environment. This course is a self-paced combination of internet study, CD-ROM, and text material accompanied with scheduled instructor laboratory time at the Regional Center for Advanced Manufacturing (RCAM) on the Kingsport site of Northeast State.
Lecture Hours: 2
Lab Hours: 2
Contact Hours: 4
Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisites: Dean’s approval.
Note: Course not designed for transfer.
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